Prelims Test Series 2020

Prelims 2020 (GS) Online Test Series



Dear Students,

The time for getting into a serious PRELIMS 2020 Mode is here. The exam is now scheduled with extended date on Sunday 4 October, 2020.

For candidates interested in taking benefit of the extension shall have ample practice in solving all types of MCQs, following programs are available;

  • MCQ Tests (Current Affairs) : Daily from 1 May 2019 to 30 May 2020  and then weekly from 1 June 2020 till 26 September, 2020 (FREE)
  • NCERT based Daily MCQ Test (GS): 14 weeks
  • Prelims Paper-I (GS) Test Series : From June 2020 to September 2020

The most important source material for your UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination preparation is the Syllabus and the Previous Years’ Papers starting from the year 2011 (when CSAT was introduced).

The most important part of the preparation is attempting mock tests at regular intervals to test your preparation level and take corrective actions (which will be essential till you attempt atleast few tests and master the pattern).

A student who studies all the essential books but does not attempt any tests will be at a huge disadvantage, as he/she has decided to not avail any opportunity to ensure excellence and minimize his errors which may be factual, misunderstanding questions, improper time management and so on.

The present UPSC Prelims 2020 Test Series Schedule has been planned meticulously to ensure that regular (weekly as well as daily) studies of the various sections of the syllabus is done by the student. Also the study material for each test has been suggested. Thus the entire syllabus of Prelims shall be covered and the student’s confidence level boosted to ensure he/she faces the exam well prepared. (If you do not do well in the tests, it means you need to study much more and maybe think of another attempt! Do not waste attempts and get into a vicious circle of failures.)

Also, Prelims tests will help you judge whether you should take risks and attempt questions which you are not sure of, and lose 1/3rd marks on been wrong. It will help you frame up a strategy on number of questions you should attempt in the paper. (A low attempt puts you out of the race even before your paper is evaluated. A very high attempt involving huge risks, wherein you attempt questions you are not very sure of, may result in your negative score eating up in your positive score and taking you down.)

The most important part of the entire Test Series is the Comprehensive Tests. These are on the pattern of UPSC papers wherein questions are NOT arranged section wise (eg. History, Geography, Polity, Economy and so on for Paper I and Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, GMA and so on in Paper II) but are put in randomly. Also with complete syllabus included, your overall preparation and time management can be best judged in these tests. Thus, we have included 5 General Studies Paper I comprehensive tests and 5 General Studies Paper II (CSAT) comprehensive tests in this Test Series.

Attempting two papers on a single day is also essential as your UPSC Prelims is conducted on a single day, a Sunday, at a Centre allotted in two shifts – Morning and Afternoon.

Morning Shift – (9:30 am to 11:30 am) and Afternoon Shift – (2:30 pm to 4:30 pm)

If you are serious about the UPSC Civil Services Exam then you should take this Test Series seriously as well, and ensure your success.

Best of Luck to all our Students!


UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam


Total Marks: 200               Questions: 100                   Duration: 2 Hours


  1. Current events of national and international importance.
  2. History of India and Indian national movement.
  3. Indian and World Geography– physical, social, economic geography of India and the world
  4. Indian Polity and governance – constitution, political system, panchayati raj, public policy, Rights issues, etc.
  5. Economic and social development – sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
  6. General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change-that  do not require subject specialization.
  7. General science.


Total Marks: 200               Questions: 80  Duration: 2 Hours


  1. Comprehension
  2. Interpersonal skills including communication skills;
  3. Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  4. Decision-making and problem solving
  5. General mental ability
  6. Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. – Class X level)
  7. English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level).




NCERT based Daily MCQ Test (GS)




Prelims Paper-I (GS) Test Series

Consistently upward trend for 3 years

Questions from A. A. Shah’s IAS Current Affairs &

Class Notes asked in

Prelims General Studies Paper – I

Prelims 2019 : 58 Questions (from A. A. Shah’s IAS)

                                    For topic-wise Analysis with correct answers & relevant link

Prelims 2018 : 51 Questions (from A. A. Shah’s IAS)

                                    For topic-wise Analysis with correct answers & relevant link

Prelims 2017 : 35 Questions (from A. A. Shah’s IAS)

                                    For topic-wise Analysis with correct answers & relevant link

What you get:

  • (i) User friendly online test platform.
  • (ii) Quality questions, framed by subject experts, based on the latest UPSC Exam pattern.
  • Test result immediately after the test with details of number of questions attempted, number of correct answers, number of incorrect answers, negative marks, total marks secured.
  • Correct answer with explanation, immediately after the test.
  • (v) Flexible schedule.

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